By: Alexandra Carroll, M.T.S., CMN Director of Communications
By: Br. Matt Wooters SJ, Social Worker at Nativity Jesuit Academy in Milwaukee, WI.
Lent is a time of contemplation and renewal, and CMN invites you to journey through this lenten season with the help of our weekly reflections.
By: Rev. Brian O. McDermott, S.J., Dr. Theol., Special Assistant to the President, Georgetown University
Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017
During his life on earth Jesus lived in total dependence on God as the source-of-all, whom he called Abba, and on the Holy Spirit. He also learned how to be an authentic human being (marked by self-giving love) from the other human beings who loved him unconditionally, such as Mary and Joseph.
CMN's Prayer for Mercy is available for download as a sheet of 4 prayer cards.
This reflection is perfect to use with groups or as a personal tool throughout Lentent. Including both prayer and informative statistics about the death penalty, this reflection is a great way to mark events of Good Friday.
The story of how noted anti-death penalty activist Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJ became involved in ministry to those on death row and how it changed her life. Presented by the Catholic Mobilizing Network to End the Use of the Death Penalty (catholicsmobilizing.org) and Full Focus Productions
Dr. Trudy Conway explains that Catholics are often not properly educated about Church teaching on the use of the death penalty, and the best way to help individuals understand is frame the issue as a fundamentally moral argument while putting a human face on the issue through stories or narratives.
The vote on Louisiana Senate Bill 142 is scheduled for the week of May 15th. The vote is extremely close, so every voice counts! Raise your voice today with the help of the resources provided in this toolkit.
This toolkit is designed for College-Aged Adults. It provides resources to assist in educating, advocating, and praying for an end to the Death Penalty and promoting Restorative Justice on a college campus.